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Kappa

Kappa What is 'Kappa' One of the "Greeks," kappa is the ratio of the dollar price change of an option to a 1% change in the expected price volatility (also called implied volatility) of th

Key Employee

DefinitionKey employee, in U.S. Internal Revenue Service terminology, is an employee classification used when determining if company-sponsored qualified retirement plans, including 401 defin

Kellogg School Of Management

DefinitionThe Kellogg School of Management is the business school of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, with additional campuses in downtown Chicago, Illinois and Miami, Florida.

Key Performance Indicators (KPI)

Key Performance Indicators (KPI) What are 'Key Performance Indicators - KPI' Key performance indicators (KPI) are a set of quantifiable measures that a company uses to gauge its performanc

Kiting

Kiting What is 'Kiting' Kiting is the act of misrepresenting the value of a financial instrument for the purpose of extending credit obligations or increasing financial leverage. 2. A fr

Krannert School of Management

DefinitionThe Krannert School of Management is the school of management at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, United States. The business school offers instruction at the undergra

Killer Application

DefinitionIn marketing terminology, a killer application is any computer program that is so necessary or desirable that it proves the core value of some larger technology, such as computer h

Kakaku Yusen

Kakaku Yusen What is 'Kakaku Yusen' The system of pricing that is used by the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Under the Kakaku Yusen system, a lower-priced trade is given priority over a higher-pric

Halloween Strategy

Halloween Strategy What is a 'Halloween Strategy' A Halloween strategy is an investment technique in which an investor sells stocks before May 1 and refrains from reinvesting in the stock

Harvard MBA Indicator

Harvard MBA Indicator What is 'Harvard MBA Indicator' A long-term stock market indicator that evaluates the percentage of Harvard Business School graduates that accept "market sensitive" j
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